ports subtree dependencies checking

Dmitry Morozovsky marck at rinet.ru
Wed May 19 12:00:50 PDT 2004

On Tue, 18 May 2004, Kris Kennaway wrote:

KK> > as all of you knows, keeping up to date thw whole ports tree involves
KK> > tremendous number of disk operation per cvs/cvsup. So, I use small script to
KK> > keep up-to date rather small set of ports (less than 1000, comparing to 10k+
KK> > total ports in the tree).
KK> >
KK> > Sometimes this leads to broken dependencies (e.g., when tracked port becomes
KK> > dependent on some new port, or when dependency port moves). The latter case
KK> > partially can be covered by tracking MOVED file, the former can not.
KK> >
KK> > Previously, `make index' would complaint about missing dependencies, so these
KK> > ports can be caught. Now, with INDEX_JOBS parallel index building, these errors
KK> > are hidden in the process.
KK> They should not be.  Please provide evidence.

Hmm, I cannot easily reproduce this error right now. Hopefully I'll start our
internal package building system to 4.10-R this weekend, and possibly catch a

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